On-campus undergraduate and graduate dormitories are divided based on gender, with, typically, four to six students sharing a room. If dormitories are unavailable or you prefer a different living arrangement, off-campus apartments, including studios and flats, are available.


Taiwanese people are very friendly, welcoming, and always offering help. Public transportation (cycles, taxi, bus, train, MRT, and High-speed train), health-care services, banking services and shopping are very convenient in Taiwan. Roadside food vendors have been a feature of Taiwanese towns since time immemorial. Customers sometimes have to queue to enjoy these must-try specialties, but even these rarely cost more than a few dollars.

Food & Drinks

In Taiwan, where most locals are huge fans of tasty and special cuisines, it is said that there is a snack shop every three steps and a restaurant every five. Eating out is so convenient and inexpensive that few single people bother cooking. In families where both the mother and father work full-time, meals are usually takeouts or cooking. Because of the influence of Buddhism and other sects, vegetarian cuisine is found everywhere. Taiwan's own native cuisines have also become known around the world, and if you try it just once you will remember it forever.


Fabulously gifted with natural beauty, Taiwan is also a land of geographical curiosities, a complex blend of cultures, and a society that’s passionate about cuisine. Taiwan is surrounded by oceans and therefore has a long coastline, which offers different sceneries wherever you go. Taiwan harbors a great diversity of organic life, and some variations are rarely found elsewhere in the world. You will be amazed at the diversity of ancient species this beautiful and relatively young island has to offer.

Language, Culture, Customs and Etiquette

Taiwanese culture is one of the richest in the world. Read about Taiwanese food, Chinese festivals, its art, population and the people of beautiful Formosa!

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